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Commentary/book review: Virginie Greene, Logical Fictions in Medieval Literature and Philosophy (part 2)

(Read part 1 of the review.) Part I: Logical Fables Chapter 1: Abelard’s donkey: the non-existent particular Greene: “What is the contrary of a lion? Some may say a mouse; some may say a snail. What is the contradictory of … Continue reading

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Commentary/book review: Virginie Greene, Logical Fictions in Medieval Literature and Philosophy (part 1)

At the recent International Medieval Congress earlier this month, I was posting photos of books I’d bought on FB every evening: I was quite excited about a book I’d never hard of before, in my first day’s haul, looked really … Continue reading

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